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Bathroom fixtures


If you have a milky white deposit on your stainless steel bathroom fixtures, its probably limescale. Try this to release/remove the deposits.

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Ingredients

DYC White vinegar

Baking soda

Directions

1
Heat a small amount of DYC white vinegar until boiling.
2
Using tongs soak paper towels or cotton balls in the hot vinegar, being careful not to get any vinegar on yourself.
3
Use the tongs to place the hot wet towels over the affected area and leave to soak for a few hours or overnight. Its a good idea to tie another towel around the wet towels to keep the vinegar in close proximity to the fittings.
4
Lift the cloth away and scrub with a toothbrush or scourer. It may also help to sprinkle a bit of baking soda over the area to provide some abrasion to assist with cleaning, but only do this once you are ready to start cleaning your fittings.